The Chinese Popular Religion is the tradition in religion that is not specific to a single doctrine. Instead, it includes several practices in religion which are not definite in structure or systematic. It does not fall within the three main religions that have been institutionalized in China. The three institutionalized religions are Buddhism, Daoism and Confucianism. With regard to this however, there are various beliefs that stand out in this popular religion as common such as forces of harm undergoing exorcism, belief in Heaven and belief in fate.
Briefly summarize key features of Chinese Popular Religion.